A Conversation with Tananarive Due, Part 2 Farai Chideya concludes her two-part conversation with author Tananarive Due. Due talks about the inspiration for her civil rights memoir Freedom in the Family, which she co-authored with her mother.
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A Conversation with Tananarive Due, Part 2

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A Conversation with Tananarive Due, Part 2

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Farai Chideya concludes her two-part conversation with author Tananarive Due. Due talks about the inspiration for her civil rights memoir Freedom in the Family: A Mother-Daughter Memoir of the Fight for Civil Rights, which she co-authored with her mother.

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